In the use of air fresheners, many people may have an i […]
In the use of air fresheners, many people may have an illusion that the air in the home is clean as soon as the air freshener is used, but it is not. Most of the air fresheners are chemically synthesized and cannot purify the air. It simply "fades" the odor by dispersing the scent to confuse the person's sense of smell, and does not remove the odorous gas.
There are also some air fresheners, which, because of the poor quality of the products, will themselves become sources of air pollution. If the freshener contains impurities (such as methanol), it will be more harmful to human health when it is released into the air. These substances can cause respiratory and nervous system poisoning and acute adverse reactions in humans, causing headaches, dizziness, itchy throat, and stinging eyes. And some hygienic incense or incense, the smoke particles generated after ignition will also cause secondary pollution of the home air.
If you have to use air fresheners at home, do not use them in infants, asthma patients, or allergies at home. For the deodorization of the toilet, do not rely too much on the air freshener. As long as it is cleaned, it should be able to “please” the air freshener out of the house.
Compared with the various air fresheners in the supermarket, there are actually many natural “air fresheners” that can be bought at the farmer's market. Put an orange in the bedroom, its fresh smell, can stimulate the excitement of the nervous system, make people refreshed, can also remove the dirty air, beautify the indoor environment.